Your # 1 Swimming Pool Builder
On The Sunshine Coast
Your pool can be crystal clear all year round using a system that cleans your pool and meets your needs and your budget. Regal Pools will supply and fit your traditional, robotic or in-floor cleaners.
In-floor Cleaning Systems
When you are having a new pool constructed, this system is a must. Regal Pools uses the Quickclean in-floor pool cleaning system that is CAD and designed to specifically suit every individual pool design. Using a series of strategically placed nozzles that circulate lots of water through high powered jets onto your pool floor, steps, seats and swim-outs. Working in banks of generally 3 – 4 nozzles per bank. Any debris is then moved downward toward two drain suction ports at the deepest end of the pool, these ports will suck all the debris into a leaf canister. This In-floor pool cleaning system is equally brilliant when it comes to circulating heated water and chemicals. Your pool will also be protected from debris sitting for extended periods of time which can ultimately cause algae and mark your pools surface. As a result of not needing a pool hose constantly lying in your pool, the aesthetics of your pools are nicer. In-floor cleaning cannot be installed into an existing pool without great expense and structural work.
A cost-effective and trusted automatic cleaning system is still the Suction cleaner. For around $800 you can get a great cleaner that will do a terrific job at cleaning the pool floor and walls. Unfortunately, the downside of suction cleaners is that they have to spend the majority of their time in the pool.
A popular choice over the last 10 years is the Robotic pool cleaner, ranging from $1,200 – $2,500. Robotic cleaners don’t need to stay in the pool beyond their 2 – 3 hours program. Using its own on-board catchment bag, it collects all debris. Conveniently a small trolley comes with each robotic pool cleaner in order to wheel it out to your pool to be plugged into a power source. Robotic cleaners can effectively clean your pool floor, walls and occasionally go up to your steps and seats.